June 2, 2016

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
The Fifth and Sixth Centuries
1Anastasius I (491-518)
2Justin I (518-527)
3Justin I and Justinian I joint reign (527)
4Justinian I (527-565) – the eastern mints
5Justinian I (527-565) – Thessalonica and the western mints
6Emergency coinage in Antioch 540-542
7Small lead coins or tokens of the sixth century
8Justin II (565-578)
9The anomalous enthroned coinage of Justin II
9Commentary – The anomalous enthroned coinage of Justin II
10Tiberius II (578-582)
11Maurice Tiberius (582-602) – the eastern mints
12Maurice Tiberius (582-602) – Thessalonica and the western and military mints
13Lead dekanummia of Tiberius II and Maurice
14A small group of Alexandrian dodekanummia
The Seventh Century
15Phocas (602-610)
16The Revolt of Heraclius (608-610)
17Heraclius (610-641) – the mint of Constantinople
18Heraclius (610-641) – Nicomedia, Cyzicus and the minor eastern mints
19Heraclius (610-641) – Thessalonica and the western mints
20The coinage of Syria under Persian occupation (610-630)
21Constans II (641-668)
22The Year 20 mint
23The Pseudo-Byzantine coinage
24The Umayyad Imperial image coinage
25Constantine IV (668-685)
26Justinian II first reign (685-695)
The Eighth Century
27Leontius to Theodosius III (695-717)
28Leo III (717-741) and Artavasdus (742-743)
29Constantine V (741-775)
30Leo IV to Irene (775-802)
The Ninth to Twelfth Century
31Nicephoras I to Michael III (802-867)
32Basil I to Constantine VII (867-959)
33The later and anonymous folles
34The Comneni and the rulers of Trebizond and Cyprus
Related Coinages
35Contemporary forgeries
36Coins of the Germanic tribes
37Early Islamic issues in Syria and North Africa
38Additional coins
Contributions To Study
39 Rare and unpublished coins
40Two lines of enquiry
41Numismatic notes
42The Sbeitla hoard and the reconstruction of Byzantine North Africa under Justinian I